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Colored Shoes Afe Only For th
Woman With Small Feet.
IRISH LACK AND SATIN SIIOXS
The Prince Ilnthlnir Suit tins tle
coinc l'nfiutiir tit tlir Sninrt Uraorta,
llnuil I'nlniltiir on Klutiurnte aovrnu
linn lleon llcvlvcil.
Girls whose feet nro not of (ho BinnlU
cat proportions will do well to leave
colored shoes severely alone. Brown
and black shoos are by fur tho safest
mode for a girl who takes any slzo
bigger than a small four. There Is
something very fascinating about n
tiny rod shoe peeping out beneath a
white muslin frilly frock, while blue
footgear allied to a blue gown Is ul
most ciuully as dhtnty, but tho whole
effect becomes absurd If the foot Is not
built on the smallest lines.
Tho crazo at present for evening
shoes of Irish laco mounted over pate
ptltc. Tho Ways roses are used tiro al
most as varied as the kinds.
Ostrich feathers for hats appear to
Increase In slzo every day. Soino of
A &BuhK W ll
colored satin Is one of the chief fea
tures of the season, tho heels being
carried out In colors to correspond with
the linings, while solitaire paste but
tons take the place of bows. Brocado
Slippers for boudoir wear carried out
in the richest brocade In old French
patterns represent another fancy.
To dnrken brown boots they must be
brushed with a weak solution of am
monia or soda In warm water. After
drying apply with a brush n warm so
lution of blsmarck brown, repenting till
desired shade is obtained. Linseed oil
will also darken. Finish with clean
tallow or mutton fat, stlflly brushing.
Tan boots may be renovated by mix
ing a little ammonia water with half
a pint of milk and bottling it. Shnke
well, apply ivltli a sponge and allow
to dry and then polish with a soft
The lingerie blouse illustrated is
tucked in tiny groups to form a point
ed yoke. Below this point Is an elab
orately worked rose design.
BLUE BAILOIl HAT.
them have even reached n yard In
length, being Introduced In tho front of
the hat and caught with un elaborate
buckle or knot of ribbon. Shaded ex
amples are not so popular as self col
ored tints, and vivid colors, such as
cerise, coral or grass green, are often
employed on black or white hats.
Tho round and melon crowns, tho
huge high crowned and broad brimmed
hats, drooping low at the left and
turned up boldly at the right; the largo
and small mushroom models, the Nu
poleonlc and Watteau ones nil these
are among tho fashionable hats.
As a hat trimming nothing could bo
lighter thau tulle, which, with large,
plain, flat brimmed hats of delicately
tinted chip, Is plaited up to form a
ruche that goes around the brim and
fastens at either tho right or left side
with one large single rose nestling In
a small group of green leaves. On the
smart woman's head even this hat is
well tilted forward, and the deep ban
deau at the back Is a mass of chiffon
The hat in the cut Is a smart blue
sailor. The trimming consists of ro
settes of checked ribbon and a care
lessly arranged bunch of daisies and
FOR A LITTLE GIRL.
For holding up transparent collars
on blouses are little sets of bones neat
ly covered. These sets consist of four
bones graduated In size, with usually
two sets on n card,
Lace Is everywhere In the costume
world. Princess styles and the rest of
the one piece gowns which have their"
origin in princess modes furnish an
other place to insert lace about the
waist in iinitatlou of girdle Ideas.
Dots and eyelet holes are on every
thing, and the flowered stuffs are fas
cinatinggreat, misty roses, with the
The Partitioning of tho Continent
Among the Powers.
By 1896 the partition of Africa
had bocomo an established fact. Al
most every square mile of its sur
face huyjiig been scrambled for
(there is no better word) by the
great powers of Europe, tho most
remarkable circumstance of this gi
gantic acquisition of territory was
the absence of international strife.
Africa emerged from the struggle
of tho chancellories of Europe to
find ilsolf provided with now mas
ters in many directions. Franco
had bocomo tho possessor of tf,100,
000 square miles of territory, 1,(500,
000 of which lay in tho great Sa
hara desert; Great Britain of 2,200,-
uvv; uermany, a newcomer, of near
ly 1,000,000; Italy, also a new ar
rival, of C50,000, including a doubt
fully assigned claim upon Abys
sinia; Spain of 150,000; tho three
free states or republics Libcrian,
Belgian and Afrikander Dutch of
The oldest colonies, Turkey and
Portugal, claimed 2,200,000 and
825,000. A total in all of 11,370,
000, leaving the poor little fraction
of 230,000 unallotted, of which 70,
OClO lay in the great lakes and most
of tho remainder in the balance of
By 1005 Britain, in annexing tho
South Afrioan republics und estab
lishing with Egypt a joint control
of the Sudan, added 800,000 to her
total, and with her practical control
of tho destinies of Egypt itself is
today the virtual ruler over somo
3,300,T0O square miles.
Uo partition of such a vast por
tion ot the world's surface had ever
taken place in so short a space 'of
time, nor any one of even approach
ing magnitude, without severe and
bloody human struggles. Britain
hal undoubtedly secured the lion's
share, or perhaps the only share
in which men of European descent
co'ild live and prosper materially
Africa possessed unique, though
perhaps untoward features for suc
cessful development. Lying main
ly, as it does, 30 degrees north and
sonth of the equator, it was essen
tially the tropical continent. Its
physical features resembled no oth
er continent. Lieutenant Colonel
Sir Percy Girouard in Scribner's.
" Hey! Give Me
a Chew o9
Everybody chews nowa
days and not entirely be
cause it is the most economical and convenient form in
which to satisfy the taste for tobacco. When you chew
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO
you get the choicest, sweetest, richest and most whole
some grade of leaf the tobacco plant produces.
Only the finest grade of selected leaf is used in
"Star" the full-
bodied, ripe leaf mak
ing a waxy, juicy chew.
And that's only one
reason why "Star"
gives more chewing to
the plug than any other
chew sold. "Star" always
makes an elastic and last
ing chew and is more
economical 'than other kinds
because of this.
lSO,00O,0Q0 JOc. pieces sold annually.
In All Stores
Sale -'of Real Estate.
imam iKrc?ii tin 1 1 111111111 1 4
nraPK'jlllltlll lliilllllllllll n
In puminnre of niioruVrof the t'rntmtn
Court of Hockinu County, Ohio, nnil y vim
ttioof tluniltlinrlt.VMiiilillrrrtlnii or (lie ln.
Wlllnml Testiinidit of D.-ivlil nimllt'lil.tlet
rpinoil. I will offi'r foMnlu.nf pulillr-miction
on Hntuiiliiy, tln!tl rlny or July IWfl. nl I
o'clock p. 10.011 the orcmtKcp, tlio following
(iMcrllii-d rent cilnlc sltllnlc In Tnttinlllu
of Terry. County of Hooking mid Httite or
Ohio, town t . , ....
ltclnit slttintml In Hcoilon No. four ll),
TowtiMilp No, twelve (la), Itntlfiu No, nine
UoIiik Lot No, two V2) in said Section, con
tiiliiltiK twonty-ilx (!ii) ncrei.
ltnlii(?woit li til f of north omt qunrtor n"d
norlli unit (iitiirtnr of tlnitiortli wcit itmrtcr
MtmcHccllon. Tmvtifililpniiil Itnnmi iir stilt
ed above, v mtiillilllK one hundred unit two
IIuIiik north hnlfor the milltli enst iinror
nnil iitirili luiirof the votith uest iiiinrtci-of
I he soul li cuit iiimrter, mime, Section, Town
Nhlpmul l(iuu!c Hsnhovii stilted, l-iiii lain I n
uiitiuy-sevoii i) ncres.
The tlmio triirts together cnutntnlliR two
hunched nnil fifteen CtHi) nercs morn or les,
iiliprnlHcd nt two tliouxnml seven hundred
mid nlncty-llvo dollnrs(?27i:M. Must lirliiu'
t "n-thirds (K) or npnuilsiiiciit.
Tonus of siifoone-tlilrd ;,) cash, one third
('; In onn jour nnil ono-iliird 'l; In two
j'fiirs rr. 111 dny or sale, deferred payments
to hear Interest mid to lie kcenred hy inort
gfijiutin premises sold,
JOHN A IeCIilOf,I,ANl
Administrator with the Will
Annexed or David Cnnlluld,
.lime 31, lw.
THE PINAFORE FROCK.
Real band painting on silk Is an im
portant feature, In the Ureas world.
Flower patterns are almost Invariably
chosen and the "most fairylike effects
are obtained. The silk treated In this
manner is generally applied In the form
of panels or Insertions for evening
dresses. Medallion Insertions of hand
painted moussellne de sole or chiffon
are likewise introduced on lace dresse?.
A delightful dancing frock for a
young girl is of painted muslin. Tho
design is in pale yellow roses and foil
V i f 11
SILK riN.U'OHB 1'JIOOK.
ago and hemmed with soft Ivory duch
ess satlu. Above tho lietu are inch wldo
klltlngs hoth of muslin and satlu. "
New linens for suits and dresses
and a dozen purposes now corao
bleached Instead of the half hleacCed
kinds formerly used.
So popular Is tho princesn model that
ven the bathing suits are belug made
up after that style, aud so faithfully
has It been copied that with the excep
tion of the abbreviated skirt there la
comparatively Uttlodlffereueo noted,
The new watches are gayly enameled
to match the gowns. Colors that do not
harmonize with sartorial outfit are
not smart. The works aro less Impor
tant, tho time keeping qualities not
generally considered If tones blend.
"Collbre," or hummingbird, Is tho
newest shade of pink, It has a soft,
dull tone with a suggestion of brick
red ln ls makeup, in soft silk It la
very efftttlvo trimmed with Venetian
lace or point d'alcucou. It Is much used
for summer evening cloaks.
The pinaforo frock Illustrated la de
veloped In tho fashionable blue and
white poking silk, Little quillings of
plain bJuo silk are effective pa trlui'
THE 1 PERENNIAL SAILOR.
Big roses, little roses Indeed, rosea
ot every size and kind are belug used
in uitllkiery of tlio moment In bright
shades of jianjak and cerise, pale pink
Mid tea. In somo casej Khaded purple
roses are admitted, jjnd tho old fash.
ainis piQun dbess.
deep purplish pinks of American Beau
ties sldo by side -with wee tinted pr-.
uatus blossoms, so pale that tl)ey seen)
bidden away In the background,
Among a collection of pretty linen
gowns recently seen there was 0110
trimmed with heavy hand embroidery
on both waist aud skirt. Although In
one piece, the model gave tho appear-,
anco of being in threo parts. The bo
lero was embroidered all over In an ef
fective design, while In front was n
little vest worked ln Persian colorings
In soft blue, pink, yellow and greon,
Tho gulmpe was of batiste trimmed
with narrow ruches of valcnclcuues
edging, At the end of the sleeves thoro
was a puff of the transparent batiste
finished off like tho vest with Valen
Tho small girl's dress Illustrated Is
of white pln,uc. The skirt Is laid In
bor plaits aud trimmed with two rows
of wash braid. The bodice has a Dutch
neck, sailor collar and "dicky," all
adorned with braid. Pearl buttons hold
the wide girdle In place.
The Flight of Time.
"I kn'.'w of a case once where two
darkies swapped mules," said a
iud":e. "One of thorn was an old
hand at the business, and in mak
ing the trade lie represented his
mild to be seven yeard old and told
of man good traits the animal bad
not. This was in February. About
two mouths later the other darky
began to realize ho had been victim
ized in the bargain and that the
bf.ist was fully twelve years old. So
liG decided to go back and tell the
swindler he had lied to him about
the animal. .However, owing to it
being the busy season of farming,
ho was unt able to go until about
tho middle of June, lie finally did
go and told big ?ntm vt hat he thought
of his rascally- misrepresentation
about the mule.
"You say," said the other fellow,
"dat vhen you gol do mule in Feb
ruary he was seven years old and
now it's June aud he's twelve years
"Yes, I do!" was tlip angry re
sponse. "Well, sab, timo sure do fly."
A secret la somethiug that the sim
pleton hides and the heavy villain lluds
pt tho moment when It can do tho
A hard luck story
man's luck good.
often makes a
H. V. Excursions.
Winno Lake Assembly, ticket
on stile to Kept. !!0 nfclow excursion
rntes, good for ictiirn until Oct.
SI. See O. W. Selnvenkc for full
Fishing excursion rates tickets
to points in Northern Michigan
will be sold June 18 to Sept. !!0,
good returning IS days fioni date
Mexico City, Mexico, und return
$08 -If). Tickets will lie fold June
2i to .7 uly (i, good returning until
Denver, Colo., and return July
11, 112, 13 and 1-1, ijiaa.BO round
trip. Good returning until Aug.
St. Paul and return July 23, 21
and 25, $23.15 round trip. Tickets
good for return until July 31.
Mexico City, Mex., and return
Sept. 2 to 13, $00.15 jjood return
ing until Oct. 31.
Toronto, Out., and return Sept.
13 to 10, $11.75 round trip. Tick
ets good returning until Sept. 24
and extension may be had to Oct.
Rock Island and return $10.55.
Tickets sold Oct. 7, 8 and , good
for return until Oct. 1(1.
Chattanooga and return $11.82,
tickets 011 sale Oct. 15, 1G and 17,
good returning until Oct. 30, but
may be extended until Nov. 30.
Now Orleans and return $25.55,
tickets on sale Oct. 12 to 15 good
for return until Oct. 30 but may
be extended until Nov. 30.
Notice of Appointment;.
Kslate of William Qitlgley deceased. Tho
Ulidei-Mlcned lianheen iijipulhted und iliall-11-d
as Adinlnlnliutor of the ICstulu of
Wllllain ()tilh-.v. Into or Iliiehlni; County,
deceased. Dated this lnili, dny of .lime A.
.IimulH, a-w Administrator.
"'",l" ' ""'in nmiciwi wm
1 J',,"i'l!rf,'nle,,rtv'll"lnifnaMt5slnUllit,ltf. 1
lliOwM lelj -ill! rlmhiilcl l,tl I HTIiVIiNSI I
1 iriyJ.V" ",' lwlMlt tiehlml out trttd in-1 I
i-i-i tit line of
"ltI'K'!i: i'iSTor,s, shotounh
lllllo Teh-ni-opes, i:tc.
Alkjwmlcaltf ami Inllit "nl e In SUmpl for 140
Ifrupmrranior,,!,,, In, Ammunition, I'lr,
-. latlll mini -.vir-t qim lift 9I1I!IT 1W I 4U
HNS. Ifiou r-1!e "talnir ilMtrlMng
1 neihlnill V'""SrVIHHIIne.
.? i 1 ' ' "n,lln P"1"" "l Shoot-,
Ucautlful l!u.colf,r Aluminum Ilmi-ff will be tot
"aiucu 11 1 m .nil in stamp.
J. 3TEVKN8 ARMS AND TOOL CO.,
' utii 4090
ClIltni-FP I Aits MAss.r S.A.
Notice Is herehj Klun Ihat tho fol'ottiin;
Ai-ooinits iin-J Vouchers have lu-en Med in
the I'ro'inle Court of HoelcliiK County, 11I1I0.
lor fourth partial settlement, lloso K. Aplln,
(liianllaii of Welcome (!., Haul 11.. and
Mnlialu Aplln. her minor uards, mid the
same will come 011 ror hearlni; 011 the 'l'U.
dayof Inly A. I). IlKHltil IlloVlock a. ill., in
ns soon therealtei- as mil) h con v nleiil.
July 5, :i-v rroliate.ludue
In etTect IK-c. Ill, UKfi.
Chiii-lesToillver. whoso iilaeo of residence
i Is uukowii, will take not'cn thai oullie'tli
I day of .tune, IMH, that John TolllMjr tiled
I I1I1 petition in the Court of Common I'leas
of HocUiik County, Ohio, belli),' cause
numliei- :i71s, on thuilocket of said Court,
praying for partition of tlm following real
estate, to-wlt; The norlh-west ijiinrter of
section -.7. Town ship II, range in, Hooking
c unity, Ohio, c'oiita'nlng 10 acres, more or
loss Hii'd cause will he for hearing on unci
after July flitli, Iihhi.
JohnO. I'etttt, Ally. Junu7,fi-w
A M I' II
Leave LofHii 'li-.mi t S:IS
An- .Nolsoiivllle Iuiiki flu.".
An- Athena liimil tlilB
Arr MuriayOlty fH:IU tlii'U
A ii A M
I.eavu I.ognu f Tn'il f Vi.l'i
Arr AfcArthur . Ht'Jll in:.7
Arr Ilamdeii . ti:i"i 10:45
ArrWellston . . :M I0:.1l
ArrJiickhon .. 10:1U I2:i.j
Arr (liilllpolts IL':IU
Arr Pomuroy .. 12H5
A M A M 1' M
Leave Logan v:iu
Arr N.Htniltsvlllo 10:'J3
An- Carbon Hill
Kll7Ubetli CoiiUley, ot til.
In the Court of Common Pleas of Hocldug
Ilossle Wolf, residence unknown, will
lake iiollee thatontlie 12th day Juiu, l'nl.
Isaac Wolf, tiled his petition la the Court of
Common Pleas, Hocking County, Ohio, be
ing cause number li'li'l, forn dlvoice.from
thu said lles-la Wolf, on the gtoflml of
Adultery, und that said cause will be lor
hearliij; 011 and ufL-'i-July 21th, I'.kmI.
John C, Polllt Atlornui Tor Plaint 1IT.
June 1 1, ti-w.
Notice to Teachers.
Keep Him Broke.
It's not tho clothes that mako the man;
For what he's worth you take him,
But when It comes to women's clothes
They are the things that bi'ealt lilm.
Whatever That Is.
"U lie well educated?"
"Well, ho Beems to know how to ollin.
Inate hard work from tho problem of
making a Hying,"
"How do you know that he Is a good
"Ho confesses it himself,"
"Pa, wliut'j an heiress?"
"Any American girl who marries a
A really clover woman Is never sus
pected of jt.
Boniu closets are too small for moths
to work In.
A beautiful llo Is one that looks like
the plain truth.
Every np to date marriage license
ought to have a divorce coupon at
tached, Tere uro a lot of unattached men
around because with the advent of the
clubwoman aprons have gone out of
Pay cheuicH seem to bo worn about
tho Mime size ns last year.
Mountain Lake, old., and return
AiiR 28 to Ul, ."fT.sn oood return
ing Sept. 15.
Milwaukee, Wis., and return
Aug. 10, II and 1'J, $11.20, good
returning until Aug. '2'2
Konio City, Intl., and return
Aug. 20 to Sept 8, $7.2.r, good tor
return Sept. 11.
Honuoko, Va-, and return Aug.
12 aud Hi, .$12.00, good returning
until Aug. 2!.
Chattanooga aud return Sept.
10, 17 and IS, .fll.Sfi, good rot u ru
ing until Oct. 81,
Memphis, Titnn., and return
Oct.. If) to 18, $18.10 good return
it g until Nov. 110. See C. W.
Sohwonko for particulars.
Notlcols hereby given, Hint the under
signed, Slieriirol Hocking Couiitv, Ohio, liv
virtue of mi older Issued out of said Court lii
the above entitled cause, and in him ,llr..,.t.
ed ns shei-lirofMild County, will, in thedoor
oi un-iviiuri xiiiuse in i.ogau, on
Saturday, July 21, A. D., 1906
at ono o'clock p in., of said dav, oiler for
.sale nt pulillo auction, the following lands
nuu tenements,, situate in Hocking Count v
lteingu part of the south-west qnnrtornf
Seclion thtrt-slx (.-!li, of Hreen Township,
Hockihg County, Olilo, nnil futtlier known
ns being Lot No. one (1), or said Section
tliirty-slx (l, Township thirteen (13), nnil
Haiigo sixteen (lh), continuing one hundred
ami twonty (ISO) ncres, .subjoct to the dower
estate of l-Jllyaboth CoaUley.
Appraised at fissono.
Terms of .Sale Olio third i',i cusli, One
tlilul (--.) In one year. One thiiil , In two
yi ars, Defui-riil pnytuenl.s to be. se'ctirid In
iiiortgtiueon the pioperty. Notes to bear
Interest at. six (0) percent.
Olven under my hand at I.ogan, Ohio, tills
-I'VII ,Vtl(1 III lllllll, ,, II., t (HI
ui:o. n. wii.i.iAM.soN. shoiiir.
Hdwln H. Illcketts, Ally, for PUT.
June 'Jl, 5-w
The llonrd of School Kxnniliiers of Hock
ing County will meet at the School nullding
in i.ogan, Ulilo, at::iua. in., on the hirst
Hiitui-duy of eucli month, for the eauilua-
I Hon of applicants for Teacher's momentary
Cerllllcatps nnd on the tlr.st Saturdtiy of
September, Deeombor, .March and June for
the exam lna Hon of iinpllcniils for Teachoi's
High School and Special Certificates Kx
aniliiatlous for pupils desiring to enter high
schools will lie held on the ThlidTaturdiiy
of April and the Second Sntuidny of May.
.i.e. stouoiiton, president
I). K. H usii. Clerk.
C. V. Wiiivk, Vice Piesldent
I.ogan, Ohio, robrtinry 2, ll-OJ tf
Notice Is hereby given that the following
Accounts and Vouchers have b-eu tiled In
the Probate Court of lloeklugCouiitv.Olilo,
forllnnl tettlement, Charles II, Kounnrd
(lulu) (uardlati of Joseph Slmwau Insane
pef.-on late his ward and the same wlllcome
on for hearing on the '.Till., day of .Inlv A. I).
IDOii at 10 o'clock a, in, or as soon thoiuaftei'
as may tic convenient.
K. P. MAUTIK,
July ft, :t-w Piobate Judge
3k WttJ 1-i'iJIBB(7Df HoPdCKlBr
SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL
If your dealer don't lian!l It, write to H
THE STANDARD OIL COMPANYjP
Leave Logan TtlHi
Arr Columbus . . fi:.'o
Arr Million Ii):lfi
Arr Toledo . . 12:111
Arr Chicago .. . ir,:'.'n
Arr Detroit . -t:a)
Dally. Dnllv -
I Hundiiy Onlv.
CSV S(!ll WENKK, Agent
HA It LEV M. WIIITFRAFT
A TTOllXEY-A T-LA V
& NOTARY PUJiLIO
Opp. Jlempel Jfouse
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
OFFICII nouns !) TO 3
1'ahl in Cash Capital $",0,000
C. E. UOWEN, President,
II. II. HARRINGTON, Vice Pres.
F. MEADE UOWEN, Cashier.
Does a General Bnnking Busi
ness, Receives Deposits, Discounts
Paper and Buys nnd Sells Ex
change, apr 0-ly Bank in James Block.
Fflukos Kldnoys and Oladdor Itlalit
Curos Colds: Provonts Pneumonia
REMPEL BANKING COMPANY.
Ferdinand F. Keinpel
LOGAN, IIOCK1NU COUNTY, OHIO.
Individual Liability $100,000,
Does a General Ranking and Col
Banking Rooms P. O. Building
Safe, Quick, Reliable Regulator
Superior to ottier remedies mild ut lilcti price.
uur eiinrumeea, ouc-ceiiiuiiy used uy uver
'-100,000 Wuliieu. Price, 'J5 Uenla.ilrug.
ffistM ur lv mull. Tedthuunlalfi ami b'mklet free.
Dr. Lulruuco, lMilluUulplilH, Ia.
CAUSE ONE-THIRD OF
THE TOTAL DEATHSH
When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poison
ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are carried by the
circulation to every part of the body, deranging the different organs. This causes heart
trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys.
corrects irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form, tones up the
CURED OF DRIGHT'S DISEASE.
it 1 had to get up from u to 20 tunes each night to relieve my blad
u frlehd to try FOLEY'S KIDNEY CORE.
acroaa mo re
was urged b;
ilclam. Dcfore I beean
1 was an oioaieu up
Mr. RobertOt Burko, Uliiora, Saratoga Co., N, Y., writes I am glad to have anoppor
suits 1 nave nao irom usinc rutibt a iwurg.v
1 medicines a
1 night to re I
paired that '
1 used up the
attle the bud
other symntoma of Kidney trouble. My friends wen
all thought I was going to die. Every few days some one comes from miles away to learn
tunlty of telling what magnificent results 1 have I
uitc alter navine tried other advertised
om i to so tunes each
y eyesight was so lin
n fact,! was so badly
hd to try FOLEY'S t
friends were surprised that I was cured, as they
; after havTne fried other advertised medicines and several physlcl
from i to so tunes each night to relieve my bladder.
ders, and before t had taken the third battle the superfluous flesh had gone, as well as all
1 my eyesight was so Impaired that I could scarcely see one of my family
across the room. In fact,! was so badly used up that t had given up hope of living when I
une 30-cem Willi women won
the name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Bright' Disease, and not one that
lias irieu li ns irnwau 19 09 ucugiiHcu,
whole system, and the diseases that have
resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear,
because the cause has been removed. Com
mence taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
having Bright' s Disease or Diabetes.
Two Sizes. 50 Gents and $1.00.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
SCMFMC" te .CJCXIrOEJSkSNTSTe Xm oOhABir4
DR. C. F. APLIN,
Physician and Surgeon,
lins ri'i'oiitly tiiLon n simu-inl I'uurse
tit instruction In ills, m 30. 01 wouioii
Okkick Opposite Opuru House.
Uhsiuknok Mulberry btreet, onu
liulf block north of lioclieater
Okkior Houus 8 to 10 tt. hi. and
2 to !, 0 to 8 p. 111.
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